Minimally Invasive Surgery: Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is a type of surgery that allows for faster recovery times for your pet. MIS is performed through a few small incisions instead of one large incision. When the surgery involves a joint, the abdomen, or the chest, a small scope attached to a high-definition camera is inserted through one of the incisions to provide a view of the surgical site, while instruments are passed through other incisions to perform the procedure. MIS procedures may include arthroscopy and laparoscopy.
Neurosurgery: Our team is available to evaluate, diagnose, and treat your pet’s symptoms of neurologic dysfunction, such as weakness, paralysis, back and neck pain, seizures, gait abnormalities, circling, and balance disorders.
Soft Tissue Surgery: Soft tissue surgery includes a variety of surgical treatments from foreign body removal to hernia repair to organ biopsies. Some examples of soft tissue surgeries include: abdominal exploratory surgery, tumor/mass removal, cholecystectomy (gall bladder removal), and more.
To schedule elective surgeries with our board-certified surgeon, you will need a referral from your primary care veterinarian through which we will schedule a consultation appointment to evaluate your pet’s condition, including suitability for anesthesia. Then our team will thoroughly discuss the best surgical treatment plan for your pet and detailed post-operative care.